The gracious King Hooper Mansion, built in 1728 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is home to the Marblehead Arts Association. The rooms of the Mansion, furnished in traditional Colonial style, include a graceful parlor, a dining room, a small rear gallery, and a third floor ballroom, which houses a Steinway piano. The original wine cellar of the Hooper’s is located in the basement and opens onto the King Hooper Garden, meticulously maintained by the Cottage Gardeners of Marblehead. Six galleries of exhibits change monthly and art-related programs and events are scheduled throughout the year. Discover the fascinating life and art of Johan Selmer Larson, one of the founding members of the Marblehead Arts Association and renowned artist of his time. The Mansion is within walking distance of four churches and two public parks overlooking picturesque Marblehead Harbor.